Zale Perry Scholarship Application
This scholarship is available to students currently enrolled in a graduate school program in any of the following diving fields of study; Aquatic Biology, Ecology, Marine Sciences,
Marine Conservation, Diving Medicine and Hyperbarics, Ocean Engineering and Underwater Archeology.
Application deadline is September 15, 2019.
This Research Associate, within the Department of Anthropology, will work independently and under the direction of qualified faculty and staff on all phases of an upcoming research project. The position requires someone who has relevant experience in archaeological ship documentation, especially in LASER scanning and the virtual 3-dementional reconstruction of 18th-century watercraft. We need an individual who subscribes to and supports our commitment as stated above. If the description of this Research Associate position sounds interesting to you, we invite you to apply to be considered for this opportunity.
The incumbent serves as the archeologist for Everglades and Dry Tortugas National Parks. Both parks contain significant archeologlcal and historic resources, including National Historic sites, National Historic Districts, National Historic Landmarks, and World Heritage Sites. Some of the archeological sites in both parks Include submerged resources and the incumbent must be an NPS diver to access them. Previous experience or education in the study of submerged archeological sites and prehistoric and historic archeologlcal sites of Florida are a requirement of the position.
This position will perform duties related to the updating, maintenance, and collection of historical and cultural data. The position will provide essential support for the maintenance and upkeep of archaeological database products maintained by the Maryland Historical Trust (MHT, the Trust), as well as Geographic Information System (GIS) data related to the MHT archaeological research program, to ensure that these products contain accurate and current information. The Trust relies on these products as essential tools in the planning and environmental review of federal and state assisted development and public infrastructure projects throughout Maryland. The position helps facilitate Maryland compliance with federal and state historic preservation legislation including Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended, and the Maryland Historical Trust Act of 1985, as amended, State Finance and Procurement Article §5A-325 and 5A-326 of the Annotated Code of Maryland. This position will assist the Chief Archaeologist with original archaeological research as well as the monitoring of state and/or federal grant monies administered by the Trust. Furthermore, the position will facilitate the Trust’s role in assisting the growing number of counties that have enacted local legislation to protect cultural and historical resources, academics undertaking original research on topics of Maryland history and/or prehistory, and the public at large. Finally, this position is necessary to protect the considerable investment already made by the Trust in building its various data management systems.
Relevant experience in terrestrial and/or maritime archaeology, including at least one year of archaeological fieldwork experience.
Nobody applied? Re-Posted.
Serves as coordinator on underwater archaeology issues
This position is located in Indianapolis and is responsible to the Division of Nature Preserves Division Director. Incumbent serves at the senior level in the Division of Nature Preserves as the Program Manager for the Lake Michigan Coastal Program (LMCP). Responsible for the overall programs that participate in the NOAA Coastal Zone Management Program. The incumbent also provides support for the Coastal Advisory Board, technical assistance regarding coastal management issues, and maintains ongoing relationships with coastal communities and other state agencies.
For over 30 years, Taylor Engineering has focused its attention on water-related issues and the effects of water resource activities on the environment.
Today, the company is comprised of 50 employees including licensed engineers, scientists, certified land planner, technicians, specialists, interns, and support staff in the fields of finance and accounting, human capital, information technologies, and administration. Collectively, professional staff members hold advanced degrees in civil, coastal, water resources, environmental engineering, and the environmental sciences.
Taylor Engineering, Inc. seeks to hire a detail-oriented part-time Historic Preservation Specialist to work in any of our Florida locations (Jacksonville, Tampa, Sarasota, or Destin).
The Historic Preservation Specialist will work with our teams to support the organization as necessary to accomplish the mission through work in several areas.